Norman Lear, 95, uses the N-word and makes no apology
In this week's episode of Norman Lear's new podcast, “All of the Above” on PodcastOne, he delivers his iconic brand of activism in a conversation about race relations with “The Carmichael Show” creator, actor, writer and comedian Jerrod Carmichael.
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Obituaries in the Performing Arts, 2006
New York magazine was born in 1968 after a run as an insert of the New York Herald Tribune and quickly made a place for itself as the trusted resource for readers across the country. With award-winning writing and photography covering everything from politics and food to theater and fashion, the magazine's consistent mission has been to reflect back to its audience the energy and excitement of the city itself, while celebrating New York as both a place and an idea.
The entertainment world lost a number of legendary stars and a host of other men and women involved in film, television, stage and music in 2006. The obituaries of over 1300 people are included, along with pictures of the vast majority. Losses include Godfather of Soul James Brown, Crocodile Hunter Steve Irwin and former President of the United States Gerald Ford. Other notables who died include legendary film director Robert Altman, 60 Minutes broadcast journalist Ed Bradley, legendary animator Joe Barbera, and Dark Shadows creator Dan Curtis. Hollywood lost such screen legends as Jack Palance, June Allyson, Shelley Winters, Maureen Stapleton, Red Buttons, and leading man Glenn Ford. Classic television lost Mayberry's favorite deputy, Barney Fife (Don Knotts), and Gunsmoke's deputy...
- In this week's episode of Norman Lear's new podcast, “All of the Above” on PodcastOne, he delivers his iconic brand of activism in a conversation about race relations with “The Carmichael Show” creator, actor, writer and comedian Jerrod Carmichael.
- “If we free the word, perhaps it'll be less dangerous.” Lear decides to take the power away with both men (and co-host Paul Hipp) provocatively chanting the forbidden word in full. “I think we've done so much for race relations in that moment,” says
- Station 666 radio shock jock “Dangerous” Dan O'Dare (Paul Hipp) has chained himself to his chair, vowing to play continuous polka music until a caller can figure out the combination to a lock that can free him. Myself, I would simply change the channel
"We're Number 37" - Paul Hipp @potus #gop @vp #AHCA https://t.co/QgkHoQ2ddo
"The film documents the friendship & musical collaboration between myself, Abel Ferrara & Paul Hipp," Delia said https://t.co/0qWpMH9UbX
Paul's Pumpkin Bars
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Paul Hipp - Wikipedia
Paul Hipp; Born (1963-07-17) July 17, 1963 (age 53) Philadelphia, United States: Years active: 1987–present
Paul Hipp - IMDb
Paul Hipp, Actor: Face/Off. Paul Hipp grew up in the Philadelphia area. He moved to New York at 17 to study acting with William Hickey and Mira Rostova. During these ...
"We're Number 37" - Paul Hipp - YouTube
Follow on twitter and instagram @paulhipp Here is a little song celebrating our position at #37 in the world in healthcare. "We're Number 37" Come one ...
U.S. Army World Class Athlete Program wrestler Sgt. 1st Class Dremiel Byers (top) earns his eighth berth in the World Wrestling Championships by defeating WCAP teammate Spc. Timothy Taylor in the 264.5-pound Greco-Roman finals of the 2011 U.S. World Team Trials on Friday night at Cox Convention Center in Oklahoma City. U.S. Army photo by Tim Hipps, Family and MWR Programs/IMCOM Public Affairs
Three Soldiers earn berths in Wrestling World Championships
By Tim Hipps
Army Family and MWR Programs
OKLAHOMA CITY – Three U.S. Army World Class Athlete Program wrestlers earned berths in the FILA Wrestling World Championships and nine others made the national team in the 2011 U.S. World Team Trials on June 10-11 at Cox Convention Center.
Sgt. 1st Class Dremiel Byers earned a berth in the World Championships for the eighth time by defeating WCAP teammate Spc. Timothy Taylor in two straight matches during the best-of-three finals for the 120-kilogram/264.5-pound Greco-Roman crown.
My current reading list, i.e. books that I own and a) haven't read, b) have started and not finished, or c) am currently reading. . From the top down:
Holy Bible, ESV Compact Chestnut Edition
Bruce Larson and Ralph Osborne, The Emerging Church
Donald Miller and John MacMurray, To Own A Dragon (autographed)
Anne Lamott, Bird by Bird
Dietrich Bonhoeffer, Ethics
Elizabeth Raum, Dietrich Bonhoeffer: Called by God
Rob Bell, Velvet Elvis: Repainting the Christian Faith
Paul Shepherd, More LIke Not Running Away
Shane Hipps, The Hidden Power of Electronic Culture : How Media Shapes Faith, the Gospel, and Church
"Holländska folkdansare vann gehör", Vaksalagatan, Uppsala 1948.
Dutch folk dancers in Uppsala, Sweden in 1948.
Upsala Nya Tidning 19 juli 1948: "Holländska folkdansare vann gehör i Upsala. Hipp och hopp och mycket grant att se på var det när ett holländskt folkdanslag, som just är på blixtturné genom Sverige, i lördags besökte Upsala. De trettio representanterna för Rotterdamse Volkdanskring gav i Slottsbacken en uppvisning av holländska danslekar, som tilldrog sig livligt intresse från upsalabornas sida. --- För arrangemanget svarade medlemmarna i Upsala ungdomsring, vilka också fungerade som värdar vid besöket. Kl. 6 e.m. skedde samling på Vaksalatorg, varefter de holländska folkdansarna och deras upsaliensiska kolleger med fanborg och fiolmusik tågade genom staden".
Persistent URL: www.digitaltmuseum.se/things/hollndska-folkdansare-vann-g...
Photographer: Paul Sandberg
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